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Under the Kilt: The Best Stories by Kilt Kilpatrick

4.67  ·  Rating Details  ·  9 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
What's Under the Kilt?

Surprise! It's a dozen brilliant, sexy stories of love, lust, wonder and suspense from the wonderfully naughty mind of favorite Ravenous author Kilt Kilpatrick, including two exciting new gems here in print for the first time. Contemporary, historical, paranormal, science fiction, steampunk and fantasy, M/F, M/M, F/F, and hot ménages - they're all her
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Published (first published June 2011)
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Mar 15, 2014 Amy rated it it was amazing
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This collection was recommended to me by a very good friend and when I read the synopsis, I knew it was something I would enjoy. It contains twelve erotic novellas that feature a variety of M/F, M/M, and F/F scenarios as well as a handful of ménages.

Kilpatrick’s writing is bold and descriptive; subtly – or not so subtly depending on the plot – intertwining topics that would normally seem out of place in erotica plots. His writing is bold, blunt, and speaks plainly when narrating.

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Aug 11, 2011 Lisa rated it it was amazing
Under the Kilt is a collection of twelve short stories by erotica author Kilt Kilpatrick. I enjoyed this collection a lot, and I was surprised by Kilpatrick’s versatility as a writer, which this anthology showcases well.

The Tiger’s Tale
Elspeth is married to Clive, a trader for East India Company. Seeing her lonely and isolated, Clive hires Vijaya to be Elspeth’s maid and companion. The two become fast friends and begin to fall for one another. When Clive catches the two together, he orders Vija
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Aug 12, 2011 Susi Bocks rated it it was amazing
I've currently only read the first 6 stories, but really looking forward to reading the rest!

Going from one story to the next, it has been wonderful to be entertained with genuine humor, wildly descriptive erotic scenery, and writing that fills your senses to the degree that you feel as if you were there experiencing everything right along with the characters. Every story, so far, has made me feel like a voyeur! Each story line is so much different than the last and the tone of each one leaves
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Kilt Kilpatrick is the pen name of an Irish author sometimes called "the Ferris Bueller of San Francisco." When he's not writing sexy stories for Ravenous he is a nonfiction writer, public speaker, Bay Area event organizer, and somewhat oxymoronically, a biblical historian and atheist activist. He is linguistically promiscuous; he is conversant in Irish Gaelic and bits and pieces of about two doze ...more
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